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Inspiring students to change the world.

It is the goal of a Waldorf teacher to cultivate a sense of wonder and to inspire children to view the world, prompting each student to embrace life with enthusiasm, initiative, and purpose.

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Life at Live Oak

Celebrating stewardship, engagement, and collaboration.

Live Oak Waldorf School is committed to environmental stewardship, civic engagement, and collaboration. Through deepening our understanding of our interconnectedness and sustainability, we are able to improve the lives of our surrounding community and the world.

The Live Oak Garden

The Live Oak Garden fosters a sense of stewardship for our children and is one of the highlights of our school. Through participation in the program, the children build resilience, develop resource consciousness, live within the rhythms of nature and the cycles of the seasons.

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We encourage engagement through the celebration of seasonal festivals. Parents are welcome to attend all-school daytime assemblies, including the Rose Ceremony on the first day of school, Friday Morning Assemblies, and Eighth Grade Graduation and End of the Year Rose Ceremony.

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Community Collaboration

When parents of Live Oak Waldorf School, past and present, are asked to choose one word to describe the school, the overwhelming word of choice is community!

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About Live Oak

Live Oak Waldorf is a different type of school.

We achieve academic excellence by nurturing confidence, intellectual curiosity, and love of learning.

Encouraging exploration and learning.

Learn to change the world at Live Oak Waldorf School: a window into educating children for success in school and in life.

Preparing students for life.

"Preparing for Life" takes viewers inside the Waldorf School of the Peninsula where the focus is on developing the capacities for creativity, resilience, innovative thinking, and social and emotional intelligence over rote learning.

Events at Live Oak

Join us at our next get-together.

At Live Oak we keep our doors open. We welcome all family, friends, and community to take part in our children's events and edcuational speaking series.

Pot O’ Gold Auction and Gala

Join us on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17th, from 6-10pm at the Flower Farm Inn for dinner, drinks, entertainment, live and silent auctions. View auction items and purchase tickets here.

May Faire

Join us to celebrate May Day, April 30th! Make flower crowns, watch the May pole dance and pageant, picnic with friends and family, and celebrate spring!

2023 Speaker Series

Attend one of our Speaker Series events to learn what makes a Waldorf education so special.

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Live Oak Alumni Panel

On March 2, 2023, join students of the Live Oak Class of 2019 as they discuss "life after Live Oak," and the influence of Waldorf education on their lives.

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Why Waldorf?

On March 23, 2023, Dr. Susan Johnson, MD, a Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrician, will explore how Waldorf education strengthens children's imaginative thinking, sense of self, resilience, and adaptability for the future.